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Dealing with an insurance dispute?

Insurance is a great thing to have until insurance providers fail to pay out as they should. Numerous people in Massachusetts and across the country fight their insurance companies for fair coverage every year. If you are dealing with an insurance dispute, it is okay to seek help with addressing the matter.

Insurance disputes common following a car accident

No one expects to be involved in a car accident, but when they are, they do expect insurance to cover their losses. Unfortunately, numerous car accident victims find themselves involved in insurance disputes with the responsible parties' insurance providers. When that happens, what right do Massachusetts residents have?

Insurance disputes common following motor vehicle accidents

Numerous Massachusetts residents are involved in motor vehicle accidents every day. Thankfully, most of these accidents are only minor fender benders, but some are on the extreme side. At the end of the day, it doesn't matter if an accident is a minor or major event, victims or -- in the event of fatality -- their surviving family members depend on insurance providers to take care of them. Sadly, that does not always happen. Insurance disputes are all too common following motor vehicle accidents.

Dealing with a renter's insurance dispute?

More people across the United States are choosing to rent rather than own homes -- for various reasons. Massachusetts residents who do this would be wise to obtain renter's insurance in order to protect their possessions and themselves in the event anything happens to the dwellings in which they reside. No insurance plan is perfect, though, and some who need to use it may find themselves struggling to get their losses fully covered. When dealing with a renter's insurance dispute, legal counsel may be able to help one fight for relief.

How do I settle a homeowners insurance dispute?

When your Massachusetts home sustains damage, you may expect your insurance company to cover the cost of repairs. Sometimes, though, your homeowners insurance may not offer the settlement you were expecting. In this situation, it is important to know what you can do. 

What does insurance bad faith entail?

Whether your home sustained roof damage in a storm or you were in a motor vehicle accident, you are likely to deal with insurance companies. Most people in Massachusetts and elsewhere will file an insurance claim at some point during their lifetime. Sometimes the process is simple and straightforward. However, in other cases, you may find yourself struggling with the insurance company at every step.

Why do insurance companies deny health insurance claims?

It can be incredibly frustrating to get a Massachusetts doctor's bill and see your insurance company denied a service. You may wonder how they can do that if your doctor thought something was needed. It can be upsetting. Plus, it leaves you holding the responsibility to pay the bill. It can almost make you question why you even have insurance. Is it legal for insurance companies to deny your claims?

Why insurers may lowball first offers

When you have auto repair or medical bills on the table, you do not want your insurer to play games while processing your claim. Unfortunately, many Massachusetts policy holders find the first settlement offer they receive is too low to adequately pay their coverage. So why do insurance companies engage in such tactics even if policy holders have made a convincing case for their claim? Sometimes insurers are purposely looking to see what their policy holders know.

When is it time to sue an insurance company?

Very few people relish the thought of going up against a Massachusetts insurance company in court. You probably know that these companies off and retain lawyers and have significant financial resources to fund legal battles. However, confronting an insurer acting in bad faith could start a process that ends with you collecting the benefits you deserve.

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